Healthy Technique
  • Are you like me? Do you really want to know the science and art behind using your voice? Below are oodles of articles and videos sharing time-tested exercises, tools and strategies to help you truly understanding the unique qualities of your voice and intricacies of the vocal apparatus. 

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    Tricia Leines Pine

    In today’s video, I share with you how focusing on negative space can flip your perspective and give you positive vocal results.

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    Tricia Leines Pine

    “Easy” – it is a term I use often when describing elements of  the vocal technique that I teach.  Last week I heard from a viewer that said, “Tricia, singing is not easy!” Here’s  my response…

    No Neck Blog
    Tricia Leines Pine

    Let’s shift your neck-reaching, voice-straining habit and move to singing with ease and freedom… and achieve as a result a better sound, longer career, and more confidence.

    Tongue Sodt Palate Blog
    Tricia Leines Pine

    Try these vocal tools to help your tongue relax as you work your soft palate awareness into your speaking and singing….

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    Tricia Leines Pine

    Do you want more ease in your sound?   Do you desire a richness to your tone?   Do you long to sing and speak with more resonance and freedom?    This lesson may unlock your authentic voice and makeaaa

    Blog Vocal Strain
    Tricia Leines Pine

    When speaking or singing, what do you do when you feel vocal strain?
    Here’s a list of problem-solving ideas to keep you in the solution and using your voice with more freedom and ease…

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    Tricia Leines Pine

    Stop.   Put the music down.   Building the connected relationship with your voice-body comes first.   I want to help you find the music in and on your body and to do that – I would like you toaaa

    Drawing Breath Blog
    Tricia Leines Pine

    Singers and vocalists are wind instruments… and with this imagery exercise you can shift your breath awareness for a deeper connection with the source of your sound.